“What evils Desire commands, in the small secluded place; who, by sweet incantation, overcomes the minds of the purest mortals, induces frenzy in everyone! But how quickly it slips by; Death overtakes brief life, brief delights. Laughing for a moment, in eternity suffering regret.”
Trick-Or-Treating for the Secret Truths About Candy The source for the namesake (not an ingredient) of Snickers candy bars was the beloved horse of creator Frank Mars, whose steed was named Snickers. Sadly, his equine bud passed away before the bar’s release in the 1930s. Lollipops, too, invented in the early 1900s, got their name from a famous racehorse at the time: Lolly Pop!